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‘Minecraft: PS3 Edition’ patch and save corruption issues discussed

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A representative from 4J Studios has commented on the ongoing “Minecraft: PS3 Edition” save corruption issues. According to a report from Push Square on Jan. 10, many fans have reported that their save files are being corrupted while playing the Playstation 3 port of “Minecraft.”

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When a player brought the subject up to the company, the representative responded by saying that the development team is currently testing a fix for the corruption issue. More glitches are also being looked at for a potential patch in the future. You can find some screens from “Minecraft: PS3 Edition” and “Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition” in the slideshow located to the left of this article. The comment from the representative is located below:

Yes, we're testing a fix for that and other PS3 issues now.

4J Studios previously disclosed that fixing “Minecraft: PS3 Edition” is the first priority of the development team. Afterwards, they should then focus on the TU14 patch for “Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition” before porting the same game to the PS4, Playstation Vita and Xbox One systems.

“Minecraft: PS3 Edition” came out last year on Dec. 17th. The glitches potentially indicated that 4J Studios may have rushed the development of the video game in order to release the product before the end of the holiday season. The company has already launched a day-one title update along with another patch for the open-world sandbox video game on Sony’s current-generation console.

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